William J. Brady sent in one of his favorite photos for Picture of the Day, with a note explaining what we are seeing: “This was taken July 29 and I thought you would find it interesting,” he beings. “We are tied to an ice floe at N 72 00 W 108 20. There were four fly fishermen fishing for Arctic Char while I kept an eye on the ice in the background in case we got a wind shift.”
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Erick Borling says
This is supposed to be journalism, isn’t it? Arts and letters, that kind of thing? You must put the letters in the correct order or your words will not convey the intended meaning. Anyone in charge there? An editor would be nice. An editor is someone who proofreads your work. Proofreading is something you do before publishing. You heard of it, right?
Joe New says
Another common name for that mass is an “ice floe,” but, now that you mention it, “ice blow” does seem more accurate in those conditions.